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Communication of, page

42.

Report of, on the Panama Canal, page 2.
Bigot, Mr. CHARLES.-Speech of, page 68.
Brazil, Cable communication with, page 71.
BROWN, JANES M., President of the Chamber.-Speech of, page 51.

Telegram of, to Governor Hill, of New York, page 45.

By-Laws of the Chamber of Commerce, page 173.

Proposed amendments of, relative to membership of Committees, page

28.

Charter of the Chamber of Commerce, page 161.
Collection of Duties.—Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on, page 121.
Cominission for New York Harbor, page 72.
Committees.- Proposed amendment of By-Laws providing for the appointment

of new members on, page 28.
Special.-Re-appointment of, pages 25, 41.

on Centennial Celebration of the Organization of the Constitutional
Government of the United States, page 30.
COUDERT, FREDERIC R.-Speech of, page 53.
COURTENAY, Hon. WILLIAM A., Mayor of Charleston.—Communications of,

pages 83, 85, 124.
Donation of, to the Library of the Chamber, page 86.

Resolutions of thanks to, page 86.
Cox, Hon. S. S.-Communication of, page 128.
Curtis, Hon. GEORGE WILLIAM.-Speech of, page 57.
Customs Revenue Laws, Suits under, page 134.

Debt, Imprisonment for, Report on proposed amendment to laws limiting,

pages 40, 41.
DE LESSEPS, Count FERDINAND.-Speech of, page 70.
DODGE, WILLIAM E. --Remarks of, page 43.

Chairman, &c.—Communication of, to Mayor of Charleston, page 85.
DRUM, Brig.-Gen'l RICHARD C., Acting Secretary of War.-Communication of,

page 47.

Duties, Collection of.- Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on, page 121.

Election of Officers and Standing Committees of the Chamber of Commerce,

pages 26, 29.
ENDICOTT, Hon. WILLIAM C., Secretary of War.-Communication of, page 73.

Communication of Committee on Harbor and Shipping to, page 71.
Ericssox, JOHN.—Communication of, page 124.
Evants, Hon. WILLIAM M.-Communication of, page 127.

FRANCIS, JOSEPII.—Thanks of Congress to, page 136.
French Republic, Banquet in honor of the Representatives of the, page 49.

Government of the United States, Centennial Celebration of the Organization
of the Constitutional. -Special Committee on, page 30.

Resolutions of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution, page 136.

Harbor of New York.–Commission for, page 72.

Defence.-Congress to provide an adequate system of, page 118.
Improvement of, page 26.
Ordnance for, page 98.
Special Committee on, page 99.

Reports of, pages 105, 123, 130.
Harlem River.- Bill authorizing the construction of a low bridge across the,
Health Officer of the Port of New-York.–Payment of Salary to and abolishing
Fees, Report on, page 25.

page 130.

Special Committee on, page 131.

Memorial of, to the Legislature, page 133.

Rules and Regulations of, relative to the Disinfection of Rags, pages
28, 39,

Report of Special Committee ou, page 32.
Heating of Cars by Steam, page 130.
High License Bill, page 129.
Hill, His Excellency, David B., Governor of New-York.- Telegram of Presi.

dent of the Chamber to, page 45.
Hudson River, Construction of Bridges across the, Report on, page 132.

Imprisonment for Debt. - Report on proposed amendment to laws limiting,

pages 40, 41.
Indian Warehouse at New-York.- Proposed removal of, Special Committee on,

page 48.

Report of, page 95.
Commissioner.-Communications of, pages 48, 121.
Inter-State Cominerce Bill.- Report on, page 100.

Special Committee on, page 105.

Jaurès, Admiral.-Speech of, page 57.
Jetties in Charleston Harbor.--Completion of, pages 124, 125.

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KOUNTZE, AUGUSTUS.—Communication of, in reference to Sufferers at Sabino

Pass, Texas, page 87.

Labor Strikes, page 125.

Report on, page 129.
Laws, Assignment, Proposed amendments to, page :26.
LEFAIVRE, M.-Speech of, page 52.
Life Saving Apparatus. — American Steamers to carry additional, page 119.
Liquors.-- Bill to regulate the sale of Intoxicating, page 129.
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.- Remarks of the President of, page 122.

McFARLAND, Lieutenant-Colonel WALTER, U. S. Engineers.-Communication

of, page 77.
Members of the Chamber of Commerce, Roll of, page 139.

National Board of Trade.-Election of Delegates to, page 88.

Delegates autlıorized to represent the Chamber of Commerce at Conven.

tion of American Shipping and Industrial League, page 118.
Nautical School. —Report on Annual Examination of, page 90.
NEWTON, Major-General Joun.–Testimonial to, page 86.
New York Harbor, Commission for, page 72.

Defences of, Reports on, pages 78, 105, 123, 130.

· Improvement of, page 26.
NIMMO, Hon. Josepi, Jr. - Communication of, page 48.

Report on, page 78.
Nomination of Officers and Standing Committees.—Special Committee on,
Officers of the Chamber of Commerce from its Organization, 1768, page 150.

page 131.

and Standing Committees.-Election of, pages 26, 29.
For the year ending May, 1888, page 157.

Nomination of, page 26.
Ordnance Department of the United States, page 120.
Ordnance for Harbor Defence, page 98.
Special Committee on, page 99.

Report of, pages 105, 123, 130.

Panama Canal.—Report of the Hon. John BIGELOW on the, page 2.
Parcels Post.–Establishment of a, page 119.
PéLISSIER, General.-Speech of, page 60.
Pensacola, Fla., Board of Trade.--Communication of, page 71.
Postmaster-General, Hon. WILLIAM F. VILAS.--Communication of, page 127.
Post, Parcels.--Establishment of a, page 119.
President of the United States.-Communication of, page 121.

Re-Incorporation of the Chamber of Commerce, Act of, page 170.
Revenue Customs Laws, Suits under, page 134.
Roach, John.-Death of, page 126.

Mrs. Join.-Communication of, page 138.
ROBINSON, GEORGE H.-Remarks of, page 126.

Sabine Pass, Texas, Communication of AUGUSTUS KOUNTZE in reference to

Sufferers at, page 87.
SCHOFIELD, Major-General, J. M., U. S. A.—Communication of, page 112.
Secretary of War, Hon. WILLIAM C. ENDICOTT.—Communication of, page 73.

Communication of Committee on the Harbor and Shipping to, page 74.
Shanghai General Chamber of Commerce.-Communication of, page 137.
SIMONDS, Dr. ANDREW.-Remarks of, page 45.
Smith, ELISHA, President of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.—Remarks

of, page 122.
SPULLER, M.-Speech of, page 65.
Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World.— Inauguration of, page 47.
STONE, DAVID M.-Speech of, page 67.
Strikes, Labor, page 125.

Report on, page 129.

Treasurer's Accounts, pages 27, 137.

Victorian Chamber of Manufactures.—Communication of, page 48.
VILAS, Hon. WILLIAM F., Postmaster-General.—Communication of,

page 127.

Warehouse, Indian, at New York.-Proposed removal of, Special Committee
on, page 48.

Report of, page 95.

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